No Flooding Predicted

February was very cold through the entire province and the BC River Forecast centre says higher elevation snow weather stations recorded very low precipitation compared to normal conditions.

Snowpack ranges from well below normal to normal across the province. In the Okanagan it is 81% of normal as of March 1st.  The Centre says by early March, nearly 80% of the annual BC snowpack has typically accumulated, but the snowpack can still change significantly with one to two more months of possible snow accumulation left this season, but there is no elevated flood risk with the current snowpack and that included Okanagan, Kal and Wood Lakes.

Environment  Canada is predicting below normal temperatures for most of the province over March to May.